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You know why you file a police report? So you can make an insurance claim. It ended up being about a $200 loss for me; still an expensive lesson. Now looking forward to my 4-zip Moto. icon_gu_b_slayer[1].gif

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Sounds like it could be a $600 win for someone peepwall[1].gif
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

Lol @ dudes leaving a $800 jacket in a movie theater.

I fail to see the humor.
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+1 on the insurance claim. The police report hotline exists so that you can have proof in writing that you have had something stolen (makes it less likely to fraudulently file a claim if you have to also file a false police report) and so that maybe you will get something back if it shows up in an unrelated bust. Its why you should always have the serial number on your bicycle written down somewhere--they aren't going to go looking for the thief, but when they bust up someone with a bunch of stolen goods, they will check to see if anybody reported the stuff missing.
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I fail to see the humor.

Yeah--unless you want like baby it and be the douche in one of LA guy's stories where you shoot off on a waitress who accidentally spilled water on you about how she's totally ruined your leather jacket that cost more than she makes in a month--at some point you just have to treat it like any other jacket. You gotta just look like you don't give a fuck and when you get too warm, you can take it off and set it down even if you don't have the proper shaped hanger to put it on. And just like any other jacket, sometimes people forget things.

I wouldn't forget something like that on one of the first times I wore it...but once something becomes a staple part of a rotation, you stop focusing on the fact that you are wearing your baller jacket so I can understand occasionally forgetting it.
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I fail to see the humor.

Glad I wasn't the only one who thought the same.
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Originally Posted by Ketawa View Post

You know why you file a police report? So you can make an insurance claim. It ended up being about a $200 loss for me; still an expensive lesson. Now looking forward to my 4-zip Moto. icon_gu_b_slayer%5B1%5D.gif

Wait which insurance can you file a claim with? Renter's insurance? I thought since it was lost in a public place you couldn't file it with any insurance. Wondering because I have lost stuff in the past.
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

Yeah--unless you want like baby it and be the douche in one of LA guy's stories where you shoot off on a waitress who accidentally spilled water on you about how she's totally ruined your leather jacket that cost more than she makes in a month

Link to post?
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

Wait which insurance can you file a claim with? Renter's insurance? I thought since it was lost in a public place you couldn't file it with any insurance. Wondering because I have lost stuff in the past.

My USAA renter's covered it, might even look into adding items to my VPP policy in the future if it's cheap enough.
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Originally Posted by mike868y View Post

Lol @ dudes leaving a $800 jacket in a movie theater.

What are MC guys wearing to the theater then? $$$ jackets, $$$ loafers, $$$ trousers

$$$ MONEY $$$
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Originally Posted by Timbaland View Post

Wait which insurance can you file a claim with? Renter's insurance? I thought since it was lost in a public place you couldn't file it with any insurance. Wondering because I have lost stuff in the past.

My USAA renter's covered it, might even look into adding items to my VPP policy in the future if it's cheap enough.

I'm on USAA's renter insurance as well, it's pretty great. I think it even covers laptop damage and what not at the house (or at least that's an additional option.)
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Thanks ketawa and lesamourai, I didn't know renter's insurance covered all that.
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just received my Bomber - as said one million times the lamb quality is really good. I have worked in the garment production for over 6 years and I know what I am talking about : all the stitchings and trimmings are very neat as well.

I have had 3 leather jkts in the past : 2 lamb and 1 calf. This A2 lamb is much thicker than the previous lamb jkts I had (one of them was a Robert Geller made in Korea - almost paper thin, very fragile). This one is quite stiff, not as much as calf, but almost.

Very happy with the fit, was afraid it would be too big at the rib area and too short, it actually fit pretty slim and length is perfect (could have add 0.5inch to the sleeves for more stacking).

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Sorry, I have no idea...maybe it is in the leather jacket thread.

IIRC, Drew said something about how you have to just wear your leathers with a carefree attitude and I think that prompted the story.
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Thread Starter 
I am about to head downtown to meet up with TOJ folks in NY hopefully, many jawns in one place I hope.
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Take some photos man

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